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developing story in northwest. firefighters were called to the 1600 block of 17 street for a fire inside dupont italian kitchen. d-c fire officials say the fire was confined to the kitchen and the building's duct work. no one was hurt. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. president trump is back at the white house after a busy president's day weekend. this week, he's expected to roll out new executive orders on immigration and he will do it with a new national security advisor by his side. abc's kenneth moton has the latest. trt 1:29 soc stunning dash cam video from falls church. a man quietly
church. a man quietly waiting at a stop light- when a high speed collision happens right in front of him. witnesses say police car was traveling westbound on route 7, when a car facing the opposite direction tries to turn left on patrick henry drive. and boom. fairfax county police say both the officer and the driver of this other vehicle were hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries. the man who shot the accident says-- it happened out of nowhere. police say a preliminary investigation does not indicate that the officer was
speeding. but an accident reconstruction team is still investigating the incident and will have a more detailed report later today. happening now-- federal investigators are examining a troubling security breach at new york's j-f-k airport. 11 people made it onto planes monday- without security screening! tsa officials say a screening lane was left open, and nearly a dozen people walked through before anyone noticed. 3 of those people actually set off the metal detector, but since there was no one there, they just kept on walking. the t-s-a does not believe there was any threat, and says the passengers' carry on bags still went through screeners. however, the agency is reviewing the incident - and will discipline workers involved. a controversial alt-right figure- will not be at c-pac. the conservative political action conference- faced days of backlash for inviting milo yiannopoulos. you may remember- he's the guy who was scheduled to speak at the university of california berkeley. that ignited these massive, violent protests last
police to cancel the event. yiannopoulos - who works for breitbart - is known for racist and sexist remarks. his invitation to c-pac -- was rescinded after video spread online of comments he made defending sexual encounters between young boys and older men. yiannopoulos later defended himself on social media, saying he does not endorse pedophilia. cpac starts wednesday at the national harbor. happening today-- it's finally time for america to say goodbye to the beloved panda, boa boa. the national zoo was packed with visitors monday, as people got one last chance to see the charismatic creature. bao bao is 3-and-a-half years old, and has to move to china before her 4th birthday due to a successful program between the us and china aimed at increasing the panda population.. still-- visitors say she will be missed. next for bao bao-- a 19 hour direct flight
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police officer. police now believe the suspect killed his cousin earlier that same day. they say he then stole a car and drove into whittier, where he rear ended another vehicle. as officers aproached, he allegedly opened fire. at least one officer returned fire. both officers and the suspect were rushed to area hospitals, where one officer was pronounced dead. the other officer and the suspect are
police say the suspect has a criminal background, and was released from custody about a week before yesterday's shooting. happening now.. police are investigating vandalism at a historic jewish cemetery near st. louis, missouri. more than 100 headstones were damaged. police would not say if they consider this a hate crime. but they believe an organized group is responsible. meanwhile, at least 11 jewish community centers cross the country were targeted with bomb threats yesterday. the f-b-i is investigating. the white house is denouncing the bomb threats. ivanka trump tweeted, quote.. "america is a nation built on the principle of religious tolerance. we must protect our houses of worship and religious centers." ivanka trump and her husband are orthodox jews. so are their three children.. president trump's
a second grader in alabama is now a published autho, thanks to her younger brother. nia mya reese's book began with a class assignment. last year, her teacher asked students to write about something they were an expert at. nia mya said she's an expert at dealing with and taking care of her annoying little brother. that turned out to be the inspiration for her book. she's hoping it will help children everywhere. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - cooler for back to work & school today - spring-like warmth returns wed. thru sat. - rain/storms saturday with cold front - cooler (seasonable) sunday today: partly sunny to mostly cloudy. cooler. highs: 56-61 winds: sse 5 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. cool, but mild for february. lows: 43-46 winds: s 5 mph
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had trouble, we're here to help. u-s soccer legend abby wambach is getting ready to tie the knot. wambach and christian blogger, glennon doyle melton, announced their engagement on social media.. wambach was previously married to sarah huffman for three years - the two split in april 2016. it will be the second marriage for melton as well. the two began dating last november. no word yet on a wedding date. there is much more ahead at the top of the hour on good morning washington. sam sweeney what are you working on?
into a mall in australia. and among the dead - at least four americans. we're following the latest developments from melbourne. plus - here at home, a deadly crash blocking lanes in northern virginia. team coverage from mobile trak seven and traffic watch 7's julie wright. and bao bao getting ready to board. the panda express, preparing for takeoff in just a few hours.